10 Rules for Creating Reproducible Results in Data Science

In recent years evidence has been mounting that points to a crisis in the reproducible results of scientific research. Reviews of papers in the fields of psychology and cancer biology found that only 40% and 10%, respectively, of the results, could be reproduced. Nature published the results of a survey of researchers in 2016 that […]
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SharePoint Security Best Practices

Yes, you can have security and performance! Microsoft has long used the same “object oriented” approach to security within its various “object namespaces”. SharePoint is no different. And Microsoft does have some SharePoint Security Best Practices you may want to consider. Objects and Security Ah… what is an “object namespace” you ask? The Microsoft platform […]
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DevOps Starts with the Way You Build Applications

Adopting a DevOps way of managing releases can reduce risk and improve your applications’ reliability. But, first, you need to make sure that you’re building applications in a way that makes sense for a DevOps environment. Moving to a DevOps environment means that you develop an automated pipeline that allows you to reliably configure and then release enhancements […]
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Does the object-oriented paradigm deliver on its promises?

I’ve been programming using the object-oriented (OO) paradigm for most of my career. It’s the dominant paradigm in enterprise software development and has been for some time. I’ve used, and use, other paradigms, such as functional programming, but, like most software developers, the bulk of my time as been spent using OO languages, such as […]
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Mocking an ASP.NET MVC controller using NSubstitute

I’ve found that the concept of mocking confuses some developers. It’s probably due to the fact that they usually experience the idea formally, at first—in the context of a mocking framework. Some of these frameworks are very powerful—and fairly complex. However, The basic idea is quite simple. Take the following controller public class NotificationController : […]
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